Twisty Stumper

Discussion in 'Plants and Biodiversity Stumpers' started by lorax, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. lorax

    lorax Rising Contributor

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    It's growing in my garden, but it's not a native. An ID on the ants (they're a common species) for bonus points.
     

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    An Auricularia?
     
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    Nope, and not even close to the right family. Not even the right order, actually.
     
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    I meant Auricula (Primulaceae)
     
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    David in L A Active Member 10 Years

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    Cucurbita?
     
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    Hmm yes that does sound right! Cucumber or Marrow, hmmm
     
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    Marrow (or Zucchini, which is what I know it as). Points to both Dave in LA and Larry!

    Below the original photo from whence the stumper was cropped.
     

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    Ah, all points go to Dave as I merely elaborated.
     

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